If Kenneth has weak connections between his parietal lobe and motor cortex, some other effects that could potentially be seen include:
– Impaired sensorimotor integration and coordination. It would be more difficult to smoothly translate visual/spatial information into coordinated movements.
– Delays in motor planning and execution. Weak connections could slow down the parietal lobe’s ability to plan appropriate motor programs based on sensory input.
– Reduced manual dexterity. Fine finger movements and hand-eye coordination may be less accurate due to inefficient parietal-motor communication.
– Difficulty with gesture recognition and production. Weak connections could impact the translation between visual understanding of body movements and motor imitation/enactment.
– Issues with spatial navigation and motor learning. Forming cognitive maps and learning new motor skills may be challenging without strong parietal lobe guidance of movements.
– Tendency toward clumsy or ungraceful movements. Movements may feel disjointed or lack fluidity/precision if sensory processing isn’t smoothly integrated with motor commands.
– Problems with bimanual coordination. Independent control of both hands/arms could be impacted by less effective interhemispheric communication.
– Gait/postural instability. Weak connections may disrupt cognitive motor control of balance, falls risk may increase.
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